Little Rock Sports News
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Monday | via The Courier
The Russellville Cyclones lost to the Greenwood Bulldogs 35-0 on Friday at Cyclone Stadium. The Cyclones had some success offensively but potent drives seemed to lose steam on the opposite side of the 50 - two fumbles, an interception and a sack for a loss of 13 yards all ended drives that had, up until that point, done exactly what they were designed to do: move the football. Comment?
Friday Oct 2 | via The Courier
Pirates head coach Greg Smith admits the Pulaski Robinson Senators may be the Pirates' biggest challenge so far this year. But their biggest test? Hardly. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Arkansas Times
A big feature in USA Today provides a little uplift in the story of a Missouri high school football team that came to Little Rock last week for a thrashing by Pulaski Academy but got some education in the process. Jennings, Mo. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via The Courier
A loss to the nearby Pottsville Apaches means very little to the Russellville Cyclones in the scheme of things. The Cyclones have bigger challenges looming - like dealing with the undefeated Bryant Hornets on Friday at Cyclone Stadium for not only homecoming, but the 7A/6A Central Conference opener for both teams. Comment?
Sunday Sep 27 | via Daily Record
A few weeks ago, I went to Dallas to watch the Pulaski Academy football team put a whupping on Highland Park. Arriving in Dallas a little earlier than I expected, Patti and I needed to find a way to kill a few hours. Comment?
Friday Sep 25 | via Benton Courier
After a season-opening loss to rival Bryant Hornets in the Salt Bowl where they turned it over four times, the Benton Panthers have been on a tear the past two weeks. Not only has the offense been clicking limiting those turnovers, but the defense has been unstoppable. Comment?
Saturday Sep 19 | via Log Cabin Democrat
Friday night was expected to be an exciting confrontation of top 7A football teams and two of the state's best quarterbacks. Rarely in the past two decades has a Conway football team, albeit banged up with mounting injuries, been so thoroughly dominated by an opponent such as Har-Ber's 37-7 romp at John McConnell Stadium. Comment?
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